Knightriders Podcast | 001- Phaedrus Dj mix “Bassment”

Welcome and thanks for listening to our first Knightriders Podcast.

We are truly excited to introduce Phaerdus!
This DJ mix a is a representation of Phaerdus’ style and it may just give the listener an idea of what this Dutchman has in store for Knightriders in 2013. His new EP “Anno Patris” is due out January 12th and marks Phaedrus’ first release on KRecordings which includes a remix by KR’s own Mathew Anderson. Available Exclusively on Beatport
Phaedrus’ second EP on Knightriders Recordings will be out a little later in the year so keep your ears open.

So, without further adieu, Phaedrus!

Knightriders Podcast | 001- Phaedrus Dj mix “Bassment”

Soundstream – Wenn Meine Muttie Wusste

Gingy & Bordello – Iron & Water

Barker & Baumecker – Schlang Bang

Leeon –  The Outsider (Conforce remix)

Dense & Pika – Mooger Fooger

Das Glow & Strip Steve – Calcium

Sigha – Scene Couple

Indigo – Wake

James T Cotton – Press Your Body

Locked Groove – Different Paths

Blawan – Tuesday’s March

Norman  - Dunkel Wars Der Mond Schien Grelle

Measure Divide – MD5 (Yan Cook Dub mix)

Thomas Smith – Retina Scan (SCB edit)

Marcel Dettman – Push

Indigo – Kali

Tom Dicicco – 9926

Matt O’Brien – Without Warning

Claro Intelecto – X

Sleeparchive – Hospital 01

Phaedrus is the moniker of Dutch DJ and producer Joris Kamma. His love for electronic music developed in the early nineties, with the rise of house and techno. In particular its raw energy and unorthodox character inspired him to pick up DJ-ing and producing.  In the Netherlands, Kamma was a regular guest at underground radio station Tonka and played a wide variety of DJ live sets at various events, performing with the likes of David Tarrida, Zero One and Pounding Grooves to name but a few.
In 2010 Joris relocated to Seattle, joining the ranks of Cascadian techno. He is currently involved with local record label Peloton Musique, which releases a wide range of fresh and exciting electronica.

His live sets typically consist of techno with added flavors techhouse, electro and 2-step. As a DJ, he enjoys to dig in deep & quirky territories, a major influence being “Brighton techno ,” a term coined from Cristian Vogel’s Brighton-based record label Mosquito. “I’m always looking for that special track that doesn’t sound like anything else”

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